2014 Clermont Woman's Club Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon


Oh YES!  It's that time of the year ladies.  Join us for some food, fun, fellowship and entertainment. Don't feel guilty now for treating yourself, as a portion of the sales will go to support numerous local charities and organizations. So, come and join us!  HURRY!  Tickets are limited! 

Clermont Woman's Club Supporting the Community

SISTERS OF SOUND
Pictured (from center left) Liz Martinez, member of Sisters of Sound and the Clermont Woman's Club, Kristin Gunasekera, president of the Sisters of Sound, Sylvia Barto, president of Clermont Woman's Club and Ann Dupee, member of Clermont Woman's Club.  Also surrounded by Sisters of Sound, a capella group.
The Clermont Woman's Club presented a check to the Sisters of Sound to help in their effort to raise funds for their trip to Louisville, Kentucky.  They will be competing in the International Convention and Contest to be held November 12-16.  The group is actively raising funds to take the chorus to Louisville.  If you are interested in contributing to this effort, contact treasurer Mary Ann Cantwell at mary_ann_cantwell@yahoo.com


TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN
Pictured(left to right): Ollie Emory, Sonia Williams, Carmen Cullen-Batt, Gail Weidner, Sylvia Barto, Connie Carlson, Annette Dicks

Clermont Woman’s Club president, Sylvia Barto, presented a check to Carmen Cullen-Batt, executive director of the Education Foundation, in support of Take Stock In Children. The check was presented at the annual Lake/Sumter TSIC Corporate Spelling Bee fund-raising event at Lake Receptions, Mt. Dora. Take Stock in Children was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization in Florida that provides a unique opportunity for deserving low-income youth/students, many from minority families, to escape the cycle of poverty through education. They offer students college scholarships, caring volunteer mentors and hope for a better life. The comprehensive services start in middle school, continue through high school and include their transition into college. Ollie Emory and Sylvia Barto, both members of Clermont Woman’s Club, are mentors.